The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors has had enough when it comes to the debate over the area's 50-year water supply.
In a letter to the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Ann Mallek says, in no uncertain terms, that the county stands behind the plan that was already approved and that no more compromise would be in order.
Furthermore, the county will not agree to a public meeting with the DEQ, Charlottesville City Council and the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority. Mallek says the county is done talking.
The county's plan consists of a full height earthen dam at the Ragged Mountain Reservoir.
Charlottesville Spokesperson Rick Barrick told NBC29 Friday night the city has no comment on the county's letter.